Brooklyn Knishes – Made Right at Home

A Knish – It’s Brooklyn Feel-good food. American food writer Suzanne Hamlin says, “If you’ve never eaten a knish you can’t call yourself a New Yorker.” I’d say, “If you haven’t had a knish from a pushcart in Manhattan, or a candy store in Brooklyn, …

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My Italian Hobby & Grazie to Amor Towles

One of my hobbies is studying the Italian language. In my memoir, “Growing Up Greenpoint – A Kid’s Life in 1970s Brooklyn,” I recall the days when my grandfather spoke Italian around our Brooklyn flat. I picked up a few words in my youth – …

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Meet Maine Author Tommy Carbone

Tommy Carbone is an engineer, world traveler, writer, and lover of microbrews – not necessarily in that order. He writes historical fiction and memoir, telling stories to entertain and engage readers. He grew up in Brooklyn New York during the 1970s and early 80s.  There …

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